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CLEATER & BILLIE MEADERS POTTERY EARLY JOINT FACE PITCHER 1989 GA

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CLEATER & BILLIE MEADERS POTTERY EARLY JOINT FACE PITCHER 1989 GA
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Cleater Meaders Jr (b1921-d2003) of GA (married to still living potter Billie Meaders), early in Billie's career, created this excellent joint face pot or pitcher. They had just begun to work jointly. Definitely wood-fired. Cleater was son of Cleater Meaders Sr. and father of folk potter Clete Meaders III. He created pots for about 2 decades of his lifetime. After the first several years, his wife joined him to make many of their pots jointly. Signed and dated on bottom 1989. Stands 9.25" tall.
Condition
Excellent condition. All pottery is inspected and we do our best to note any issues. Please call the gallery for full condition report, see all photos. All sales are final.
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CLEATER & BILLIE MEADERS POTTERY EARLY JOINT FACE PITCHER 1989 GA

Estimate $100 - $10,000
Jul 09, 2022
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Starting Price $50
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0027: CLEATER & BILLIE MEADERS POTTERY EARLY JOINT FACE PITCHER 1989 GA

Sold for $200
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Est. $100 - $10,000Starting Price $50
LEDBETTER FOLK ART: JULY 9
Jul 09, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0027 Details

Description
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Cleater Meaders Jr (b1921-d2003) of GA (married to still living potter Billie Meaders), early in Billie's career, created this excellent joint face pot or pitcher. They had just begun to work jointly. Definitely wood-fired. Cleater was son of Cleater Meaders Sr. and father of folk potter Clete Meaders III. He created pots for about 2 decades of his lifetime. After the first several years, his wife joined him to make many of their pots jointly. Signed and dated on bottom 1989. Stands 9.25" tall.
Condition
...
Excellent condition. All pottery is inspected and we do our best to note any issues. Please call the gallery for full condition report, see all photos. All sales are final.

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